Notable cyclocross athletes on Strava

June 16, 2016

Strava can be an incredible training and motivational tool for cyclocross. You can use it to find new routes to ride, measure your results when you ride on the same race course, and more. 

Here are some interesting athletes you might want to follow on Strava: 

Lars Boom
Former cyclocross world champion in Junior, Espoir, and Elite, who has now transitioned to road cycling. 

Georgia Gould
Medalist from the London Olympic games, 3x winner of the U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross, and multiple USA MTB cross-country national championships. 

Stephen Hyde
Professional on the Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com team.

Allen Krughoff
Professional athlete, co-owner and athlete of Noosa Pro Cyclocross team.

Meredith Miller
Decorated road and cyclocross professional who has represented the USA at World Championships in both disciplines. 

Logan Owen 
10x consecutive USA national championships in cyclocross. 

Curtis White
Member of the Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com professional team. 

Dorothy Wong
Director of the SoCalCross cyclocross race series. 

Ready to give it a try? Join the RideCX Club on Strava and share rides, photos, and more with others interested in cyclocross. 





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